“Miz TV” got heated with huge stipulation announced for Riddle’s Championship Match
Jimmy Uso def. Montez Ford
After The Street Profits defeated The Usos last week in a Championship Contender’s Match, Montez Ford faced off with Jimmy Uso in singles competition.
Uso overcame the charismatic Ford, countering a top-rope splash from Ford by putting up his knees and getting the pinfall victory.
Seth “Freakin” Rollins refused to apologize for vile beatdown of Cody Rhodes, Styles attacked him in retribution
Asuka saved Dana Brooke from diabolical ambush from Becky Lynch
Alexa Bliss & Liv Morgan def. Doudrop & Nikki A.S.H. to qualify for Money in the Bank Ladder Match
With two spots on the line for the Women’s Money in the Bank Ladder Match, Alexa Bliss and Liv Morgan teamed up to take on Nikki A.S.H. and Doudrop.
As both Bliss and Nikki A.S.H. had previously won the coveted contract and successfully cashed in, the stakes were high.
In the final stages of the match, The Goddess of WWE scouted her former tag team partner and hit her with a Spike DDT to secure the victory, sending both her and Morgan to Las Vegas.
Ezekiel def. Kevin Owens by Count-Out
KO wasted little time, hitting Ezekiel with a Cannonball and a Swanton Bomb right from the get-go. Ezekiel turned the tide, however, executing a spine-tingling Fireman’s Carry on Owens onto the unforgiving steel steps.
After being knocked out of the ring by Ezekiel with a high knee strike, Owens would become enraged, repeatedly stating that Ezekiel is Elias. This diatribe led to KO being counted out and gifted Ezekiel the win.
After the bout, Ezekiel stated his intentions to qualify for the Money in the Bank Ladder Match and revealed a surprise: Next week on Raw, Elias will return for a special concert!
MVP def. Cedric Alexander
Following his interference at WWE Hell in a Cell which helped Bobby Lashley defeat Omos and MVP, Cedric Alexander faced off with his former manager MVP on Raw.
MVP picked up the win, delivering a Playmaker to Alexander and earning some payback for himself and his colossal client.
Seth “Freakin” Rollins def. AJ Styles to qualify for Money in the Bank Ladder Match
In another must-see Money in the Bank Qualifying Match, two former WWE Champions in AJ Styles and Seth “Freakin” Rollins put on a magnificent contest.
Styles took it to Rollins early, hitting a Phenomenal Forearm from the ring to the outside, where Rollins was left reeling.
The Phenomenal One countered a Stomp attempt with a calculated Calf Crusher. The Visionary executed a brilliant reversal as well, hitting a chop block after denying Styles a Phenomenal Forearm.
Rollins punched his ticket to WWE Money in the Bank, however, as he caught Styles with a pin after a Calf Crusher attempt.
Riddle def. Ciampa
After a shocking stipulation announcement on “Miz TV” regarding Riddle’s Championship clash with WWE Undisputed Universal Roman Reigns, The Original Bro faced off with the conniving Ciampa.
With The Miz providing guest commentary, Riddle started the match with aggression, locking an armbar onto Ciampa.
Ciampa brought everything he had to the contest, grossly targeting Riddle’s open toes and delivering a near knockout knee smash.
Riddle eventually picked up the win with a Floating Bro followed by an RKO, picking up a huge win heading into his unprecedented battle with The Head of the Table on SmackDown.
Rhea Ripley judged Bianca Belair with harsh war of words
Chad Gable def. Mustafa Ali
The inspiring Mustafa Ali battled “The Dean of the Alpha Academy” Chad Gable in a showcase of technical mastery. With Otis giving him an assist, Gable hit the American Automatic, earning a much-needed win for himself and The Alpha Academy.
Veer Mahaan def. Rey Mysterio
After nearly eviscerating Dominik Mysterio last week, Veer Mahaan faced off against the patriarch of the Mysterio dynasty, Rey Mysterio.
The Master of the 619 put up a spirited fight, but Mahaan’s roar was too much for Mysterio as Mahaan clinched the win with the Cervical Clutch.
Theory blinded Bobby Lashley with baby oil after losing Pose-Down